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into another iraq. >> and they've said that that explicitly, about turning libya into another iraq. how did -- so many people are deciding, could you tell me more about those who are very anti nus their sentiment. >> these people did say they do not agree with thisattack. they really felt ashamed by what happened, saying that diplomats here, foreigners here should be protected, but at the same time, they said they reject the presence of any foreign troops or any sort of outside military intervention in libya. they said we've also heard that last year during the revolution, there was unity in the stands of libyans who were fighting the regime of moammar gadhafi. they welcomed the support of nato air strikes, but said they did not want to see any boots on the ground. so at this point, this could be a real controversial issue here in libya. we have to wait and hear, see what the libyan government officials say about this. they have said they're unable to deal with groups. >> and that, nick kristof, let me bring you in here. some people had told her tonight, regular libyans, they don't want ame
. and it is beyond cairo tonight. anti-u.s. demonstrators clashed in front of u.s. embassies, in israel, sudan, iraq, iran and among muslims in kashmir. there's a call in iran for nationwide rallies tomorrow. it appears to be a backlash at least in part from a low budget anti-islamic film which was made in the united states, first posted on youtube in july and recently publicized in the middle east. here's what we're also learning tonight. federal officials say the filmmaker's name is nakoul nakoula basseley nakoula. that name is very important and much more and why it matters so much later. but the group loosely affiliated with al qaeda in libya that has been accused of playing a role in tuesday's deadly attack on the american consulate in benghazi has just issued a statement denying responsibility. it's an important thing to say given that they have quickly claimed responsibility for other attacks, including on american interests and on the red cross. libyan prime minister tells cnn at least one person has been arrested in conjunction with the killings of the american ambassador chris steven's and
to india. we saw protests, i mean, this is incredible to see. tunis tunisia, iraq, iran, israel and protests also spread to a country not on the map. indones indonesia. some of the protests were peaceful like in vorden, where they burned the american flag, but did not resort to violence, but people were killed elsewhere. this is the live scene in cairo tonight. they've tried to get them to go away from the u.s. embassy. as you can see right here, this is a group of people near the u.s. embassy. still there tonight as they continue to be there day in and day out as the rage continues to spread. in libya, the remains of four americans kill during the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi returned to the andrews air force base this afternoon. president obama was there and he vowed to bring justice to the men who killed them. >> even as voices of suspicious and mistrust that seek to devid countries and cultures, the united states of america will never retreat from the world. >> four people have been arrested in libya what were on the scene of the attack, but the government says t
. almost 80 million people. it's had a tremendous amount of influence in lebanon, afghanistan and iraq and in some cases, our interests are actually mutual with the united states and iran, so i think it is an important country without -- i think they've had a problem for many, many years with the west. particularly with the united states. where they believe, whether it's true or not, but they believe that the u.s. is out to get them. out to destroy the regime and overthrow the regime. even this recent delisting of the opposition group that was in iraq, claim is another example of the u.s. only interested in changing the regime. we have many, many issues between the u.s. and iran over the 30 years, the nuclear age has gotten to the point now where we have harsh, harsh sanctions hurting the people, the economy, everyone. probably not the regime so much. >> not as tough as they should, at least fm our reporting. if you were really trying to shut things down. >> well, they're not that lenient. i think people find a way to get around. >> leaky. >> sorry. but i think that right now, with th
the u.s. should help the u.s. or should help south africa and it should help iraq and the asian countries so that we will be able to build up our future for our children. >> thank you very much. >> yeah, i know she has moved on, but i haven't. so who won the goldfish beauty pageant? who cares. it is not like one fish did the >>> good evening, everyone. "outfront" tonight, the r word. it's become sort of a four-letter word for some, but >> he favors redistribution. >> he believes in redistribution. >> it's known as redistribution. >> the word takes on different meaning for different people. here is mitt romney's definition. i know there are some people who believe that if you simply take from some and give to others that we'll all be better off. it's known as redistribution. it's never been a characteristic of america. >> okay. this word didn't come out of nowhere, of course, because mitt romney was taking a jab at president obama. a 1998 clip of then state senator barack obama has surfaced on the drudge report. he spoke at a loyola university conference and made this pitch. for
. afghanistan, pakistan, iraq and egypt. under president romney, how would that lineup change? >> he's not getting into line items here about which particular country would get money. he's talking specifically about the mechanics, the framework through which we give money and how it's implemented and what are the conditions in place. so, for instance, if we want the power of free enterprise to advance the developing world, we have got to work to remove the barriers that make free enterprise successful in the developing world. limits on free speech, limits on private property protections. limits on the rule of law. >> dictatorships that are corrupt? >> so we've got to work with international institutions and our own development agencies and the international community to put tougher conditions on these countries when money is dispersed. so i'll give you a real live example going on right now. egypt. right now there is a question. egypt is the second largest recipient of foreign aid, and there is a big transition in government, a muslim brotherhood president in place. should we be givi
u.s. -- or should help south africa and should help the iraq and the asian countries, so we will be able to build up our future. >> thank you verymuch. >> yeah, i know she's moved on, but i haven't. who won the goldfish beauty pageant? who cares. no, i don't actually know. there were a bunch of categories. not one fish did a tearful slow wave, as far as we're concerned, they really are all winners. that's it for us. thank you for watching. erin burnett "outfront" starts next. >>> next, the r word. what president obama is accused of doing. but wouldn't mitt romney do it, too? plus, republicans think they can gain control of the senate. doesn't add up. and she called 911 screaming for help, but two days later, her family found her dead. now, they're suing for justice. they are "outfront" tonight. let's go. >>> good evening, everyone. "outfront" tonight, the r word. it's become sort of a four-letter word for some, but for other, something wonderful. you've heard it all day. redistribution. >> he favors redistribution. >> he believes in redistribution. >> it's known as redistrib
on foreign policy. we've got a strong record. whether it's killing osama bin laden, ending the war in iraq, hold i holding china accountable on trade the ensure we're protecting american workers. we've got a very strong record. >> i'm curious specifically when it comes to the middle east. as you and i know, there's been a lot of coverage on romney's response to attacks on the embassy in cairo. and that's been a big part of the conversation. but yet, there's a report today that the united states was warned of an attack on the egyptian embassy, that it was imminent, two days before it happened. arwa damon has said repeatedly the u.s. was warned three days before the libyan attack that there would be an attack. if that's true, didn't the administration drop the ball? >> well, i can't talk about intelligence reports. i'm not in the white house. i'm out here on the campaign. i'll leave that to my colleagues in the white house, but i do know they said there was no information provided on that in advance of the attack, but they are conducting an investigation to get to the bottom of why those att
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on the ground changes. i spent a lot of time in iraq and as we were transition, we looked closely at the security procedures at our consulates and embassies, so i expect in the aftermath of these incidents, there will be another review and steps will be taken to improve security where needed. >> let's talk about libya and the mixed messages. it still seems confusing to me. on the 16th of september, our ambassador called the attacks spontaneous. jay carney agreed. then called it a terrorist attack and today during a taping for the view, the president said it wasn't just a mob action. after 13 days, shouldn't be know, especially given the libyan government has been very consistent from the beginning in saying this was preplanned. >> i think there's a lot of conflicting evidence. i'm not privy to classified information on this. even if was, i guess i couldn't tell you about it. my sense is that this was a spontaneous event, that some actors took advantage of. to commit an act of terrorism. now, i think we're still sorting through how much was preplanned, but clearly, they took advant
average so he's talking about keeping defense roughly where it is. not having the wars in iraq and afghan stab help but an underlying defense budget of 4%. i think we're 3.8% now. without the extra costs for the wars. and then finally, with regard to health care, huge savings there. obviously, if you don't do the obamacare proposal, you save hundreds ofs about of dollars. >> but he's keeping some of the expensive benefits, isn't he? preexisting conditions and young people staying on their parents' plans. >> the biggest cost is setting up exchanges and huge subsidies and the number of people likely to join the exchanges, and frankly, lose their own private insurance to come to them and the utilization there and the expansions of the government programs, including the huge expansion of medicaid. so that's where the big numbers are. and what governor romney has said from the start is that he thinks we should not go there, and therefore we'll have some big savings there. so the key is really very simple to me. one, you've got to reduce spending and governor romney is committed to do that. the
who have some combat experience. whether we're talking about iraq in which libyans represented a very sizable contention of foreign fighters there, or even in the afghan pakistan war zone. you have a lot of folks with a great deal of experience and that also plays into the reason of why we didn't know about this and its entirety before it happened. a lot of these guys are very sophisticated in their secrecy and trade craft. you're talking about the word of mouth, et cetera. >> let me ask you about this crucial question we've been reporting on, which is what appears to be, i mean it is at least from the way it's come out, a real disconnect from what the u.s. intelligence committee is saying they knew and when and what the white house and state department have said. their hesitance from the white house and state department to use the word terrorism and to talk about al-qaeda or al-qaeda linked groups. >> well, i think there's a difference here between raw intelligence that's coming in in the context of an investigation and journalists on the ground as well as intelligence officers stage
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